AS PART of the on-going consultation process about development in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, residents of Garsdale are being invited to an open day and evening next week to present their own vision of the future.
It will be the ninth such area meeting organised by the national park authority and will be attended by park officials and representatives from DEFRA, the Environment Agency, Cumbria County Council and the Yorkshire Dales Millennium Trust.
The initiative works with local communities to identify what they would like to be done to improve their area's natural, cultural and built environment to produce an area action plan that details when and how that work will be undertaken.
To start the process in Garsdale, there will be an open evening on Wednesday 27 November from 6.00pm to 8.00pm at Garsdale Village Hall, east of Sedbergh.
This will be followed by an open day, also at the village hall, on Thursday, 28 November between 10.00am and 4.00pm. Residents of the area are invited to drop in at anytime to register their ideas.